may think it's unnecessary because they have all the time in the world. ... Sincerely,. Jennifer Kearney-Strouse. Executive Editor, ACP Internist.
But more recently we have been combined with non-internists and non-physicians as “primary care providers.” There's the rub. ... Richard Holm, MD, FACP. Brookings, S.D. Editor's Note: Dr. Holm is Governor of the South Dakota chapter of the American
I n today's hypercompetitive world, there is an ever-increasing drive to be stronger, smarter, faster, better. ... Sincerely,. Jennifer Kearney-Strouse. Executive Editor.
In our story this month, Charlotte Huff reviews the status of right-to-try laws in the U.S. ... Sincerely,. Jennifer Kearney-Strouse. Executive Editor, ACP Internist.
Editor's note: The rule was originally to take effect May 1; the FTC announced it would delay enforcement on April 30. ... Ask to see the patient's photo ID with a name and address.
Editor's Note: QD--News Every Day will resume Jan. 2. Posted by.
57% reported that defensive medicine hampers their decision making ability. EDITOR'S NOTE:QD: News Every Day will resume publication on April 26 following our live coverage from Internal Medicine 2010
Finally, we cover this year's Jefferson Lecture in the Humanities, which was delivered by ACP Member Rita Charon, MD, PhD. ... Sincerely,. Jennifer Kearney-Strouse. Executive Editor.
Editor's note: Val Jones, MD, guest authored this post, which originally appeared on her blog, Better Health. ... Dr. Val: What's your take home message for Americans entering this new year?
Despite ACP's efforts, the House-approved resolution mandated deep cuts in programs to expand coverage, train more primary care physicians and fund research. ... Editor's note: Portions of this column previously appeared at The ACP Advocate.